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to children's books to cookbooks. in 1992, her poetry reached millions of americans at president bill clinton's inauguration. >> across the wall of the world, a river sings a beautiful song. it says, "come, rest here by my side." >> belva: and while her writing continues to inspire audiences of all generations, her impact doesn't end there. you've spent your life helping others, reaching out, supporting, including me. why do you do that? what motivates you inside? with your celebrity status, that you feel you still need to reach back? >> i owe it to another person to say what i've learned. i think that each one of us lives in direct relation to the heroes and sheroes that we have. always and always. you have to have enough courage to be a hero/shero. would courage, you canbe anythi. kind, fair, true, generous, blah, blah, blah, but to be that thing time after time, you have to have courage. >> belva: angelou believes that we all have a hero or a shero inside of us. one of her heroes is the reverend cecil williams, who leads glide memorial church's program to serve the poor. her advice to youn
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